Fishing Report 14 October 2019
SW gusting 9swining to a NE gusting 22 during the afternoon. Partly cloudy with a max of 25. Wave height 1.4 period 7 barometer 1019-1013.
High Tide 03.51 Low Tide 09.54.
NE gusting 20 swinging to a SW gusting 33. Cloudy with a max of 22. Wave height 1.9-1.5-2.1period 7 barometer 1012-1019.
High Tide 04.17 Low Tide 10.20.
SW gusting 6 swinging during the afternoon to an E9. Partly cloudy with a max of 26. Wave height 1.7 period 9 barometer 1020-1015.
High Tide 04.44 Low Tide 10.46.
NE gusting 21 for most of the day. S with a max of 32. Wave height 1.6 period 9 barometer 1015-1009.
High Tide 05.12 Low Tide 11.13.
This weekend was good fishing, in spite of the wind on Saturday Izzy landed a fair size Brassy Kingfish. On Sunday Louis chummed an area at the main car park with old Chokka and Sard. They caught the following fish River Bream, Russell’s Snapper, Spotted Grunter, an eel, Cape Moon Fish, Stumpies varied and something that nearly spooled him but luckily it dropped the bait. His dad even had a double up on Grunter. Non Saturday it was reported that small Diamonds were caught at the mouth area from the Port Dunford side. Young Shaun reported the lagoon water is very clean i.e. a greener colour that a muddy brown colour, good news indeed.
The Banks seem to be the place to be with reports of Snapper Kob and Square tail Kob together with some Spinner Sharks been landed, most of the other beaches were quiet as not many anglers fished in what turned out to be a okay day however Sunday was a blow out, it seems as though the diamonds we caught last month were just a tease as they seem off the bite again. This week Wednesday morning is looking good although you will be fishing an outgoing tide as the high is 04.44 am. We spent the whole of Saturday swing the shop around and please note the right hand door is the entry point.
Although the competition was postponed young Gert and Stefan went out for a quick trip and caught some nice bottoms mainly Kob, they did stay in shallow water as they were expecting the wind to pick up and when it did they could run back in. Well done guys.